Reports, Policy Papers, Consensus Statements
  • The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Food Security
    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), May 10, 2001. Report prepared for the 27th Session of the Committee on World Food Security, Rome, 5/28/01 to 6/1/01. See also from FAO
  • AIDS and Agriculture in Africa: Can Agricultural Policy Make a Difference?
    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), April 2000;
  • Population Movement, Development andHIV/AIDS: Looking towards the Future May 2000;
  • Agriculture and HIV/AIDS: An FAO Perspective April 2000;
  • The Implications of HIV/AIDS for Rural Development Policy and Programming: Focus onSub-Saharan Africa July 1998;
  • Rural Children Living in Farm Systems Affected by HIV/AIDS: Some Issues for the Rights of the Child on the Basis of FAOStudies in Africa November 1998;
  • Impact du VIH/SIDA sur les Systèmes d'Exploitation Agricoles en Afrique de l'Ouest 1997.
  • Abuja Declaration on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Other Related Infectious Diseases
    Organization of African Unity, April 27, 2001.
  • Youth in sub-Saharan Africa: A Chartbook on Sexual Experience and Reproductive Health
    Population Reference Bureau, April 2001.
  • Consensus Statement on Antiretroviral Treatment for AIDS in Poor Countries
    Signed by Harvard faculty members, April 2001.
  • Groundbreaking Blueprint Calls for Widespread Availability of Antiretroviral Treatment to HIV-Infected Persons in Poor Countries News release from Harvard University's Center for International Development, April 4, 2001.
  • AIDS, Poverty Reduction and Debt Relief: A Toolkit for Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS Programmes into Development Instruments
    UNAIDS and the World Bank, March 2001. [PDF]
  • Global Health: U.S. Agency for International Development Fights AIDS in Africa, But Better Data Needed to Measure Impact
    U.S.General Accounting Office, March 2001. [PDF]
  • Demanding Dignity: Women Confronting Economic Reforms in Africa
    North-South Institute, March 2001. [PDF]
  • Aid and Reform in Africa: Lessons from Ten Case Studies
    World Bank, March 2001.
  • Programme for Action: Accelerated Action on HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis in the Context of Poverty Reduction
    European Commission, February 2001.
  • Planning for Education in theContext of HIV/AIDS
    International Institute for Educational Planning, 2000. [PDF241K]
  • The African Consensus and Plan of Action: Leadership to Overcome HIV/AIDS African Development Forum 2000: AIDS: The Greatest Leadership Challenge, Addis Ababa, December 3-7, 2000. Sponsored by the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa.
  • HIV/AIDS in Africa: The Impact on the World of Work International Labour Organization. Prepared for the African Development Forum 2000: AIDS: The Greatest Leadership Challenge, Addis Ababa, December 3-7, 2000.
  • A HumanRights Approach to AIDS Prevention at Work: The Southern African Development Community's Code on HIV/AIDS and Employment
    UNAIDS Best Practice Collection, July 2000. [PDF 426KB]
  • Leadership and Investment in Fighting an Epidemic (LIFE) Initiative
    Summary released by U.S. Office of National AIDS Policy, July 19, 2000.
  • HIV/AIDS Medicines Pricing Report. Setting Objectives: Is There a Political Will? Médecins sans Frontières, originally published July 2000, updated December 2000. Beyond Our Means? The Cost of Treating HIV/AIDS in the Developing World
    Panos Institute, July 2000.
  • Children on the Brink
    Executive summary of USAID report on AIDS orphans, with updated estimates and recommendations for intervention, July 2000.
  • Orphan Alert: International Perspectives on Children Left Behind by HIV/AIDS
    Association François-Xavier Bagnoud, July 2000. [PDF]
  • Science: Special Issue on AIDS Research in Africa
    June 23, 2000.
  • Media &HIV/AIDS in East and Southern Africa: A Resource Book
    UNESCO, 2000.
  • Economic Impact of AIDS in Africa
    Regional and country analyses by the POLICY Project of the Futures Group, 1999.
  • AIDS: The Agony of Africa
    Pulitzer Prize-winning, eight-part series by Mark Schoofs, The Village Voice, November 3 to December 29, 1999.